Posted in Health, My Journey, Sickle Cell Anemia

Day 2,Living With Sickle Cell Anemia

Good Morning, I had rough night last night dealing with my I.V, had to get a new one. I would get a rude nurse this morning to put it in. I told her to take it out and she ask a stupid question WHY? or you freaking kidding me. Obviously it hurt. I had to but my tongue and let me tell you I had some words to say to be honest. Today I have a lovely nurse I done had before. She is so nice. She heard about the rude nurse, and I don’t know howΒ she heard about her because I didn’t say nothing to anyone. I was in too much pain, to let the nurse I had known last night. I didn’t get the nurse name who came and put my I.V in, my nurse says she don’t play that. See what I mean a good nurse I have. Okay to the bad news, my count drop to 7.3, so you all know what that mean right? I need transfusion. sighs. I know another one. I’m still hurting today, not feeling my best, but wanted to share some of my good and bad news with you today, since last night was sort of short because of the pain. I’m so thankful for all your prayers and encouraging words. Truly touch my heart and head me all teary eyes. I shall keep you all posted, so until next time. You all have a Bless & Glorious Day!

 

p.s Almost forgot about the doctor, I do have a nice one this time around as well. Someone I never had before! Actually saw him when I got on the floor lastnight and that was around 11 soemthing. I told him I’m use to seen the doctor in the morning, he said he had nothing better to do. I had to laugh at them, sounds like a man thats about his business! We shall see how it goes throughout my stay here.

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I blog for many reasons, the love of writing, to inspire and touch someone life. No matter what I'm going through in my life. It's a get away when my SC becomes to much for me to handle. I love to get carry away in MY WORLD! I'm on a JOURNEY to discover myself. God Bless! :)

20 thoughts on “Day 2,Living With Sickle Cell Anemia

  1. Hey hun,
    I’ve been very busy as of late so I apologize for being silent but just wanna leave a shout out today and say “Hey!” Love yah and I know going to the doctor isn’t a pleasant thing for you to do but you continue to be an inspiration to us all each day. Remain imparadised in our Lords Embrace. Love ya girl and *hugs* πŸ˜€

    Sherline.

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  2. Jesus.. sad indeed.. keep your cool dear, i guess that rude nurse, had a bad night or day, some people love to take it on to others… But please keep your cool.. Let God take control like always… Courage dear

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  3. I”m hoping you feel better, the IV thing 😦 those do hurt, I know so a nurse should have kindness. Just happy you have a nice doctor πŸ™‚ Praying lots for you to feel better and better!! ❀

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  4. journey, may He only send you wonderfully angelic nurses from this moment on. May some researcher, SOMEWHERE, find better treatments for you–and yes, A CURE!

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  5. PJ, I will keep praying of course! I am so stomping mad about the rude nurse, but happy you got a nicer one. Also a better doctor was good to hear, you need one who is more knowledged about Sickle Cell Anemia. That blood count isn’t good, transfusions again and I know how you dread them. Praying it goes easier this time around for you. So much love and prayers here on your blog from others is good to see. Just sending along more love to you sweetie and praying things improve quickly! πŸ™‚

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